Many persons have been asking me when I would post a tutorial on How to root any Android device and best applications to root any android device.
So today I will be teaching you guys on how to root your device with simple steps.
NOTE: If you have no idea about the precautions of going into this, please make a research before going further, because I wouldn’t be held responsible if your device gets bricked.
For those about taking this bold steps, below are the rewards after you root any Android device.
You get access to every restricted system files your developer restricts you from accessing.
Your phone becomes a toy to you, because you are now a god and a developer yourself.
You have the right, to Read, Write and Code any thing at your finger tips.
You get access to uninstall, Move, Disable,change system boot img, change font.e.t.c
You also get access to customize your android to whatsoever you wish.
You have access to hack into games, applications and lots more.
Having Root access, be rest assured your device is greater than any other phone out there.
Imagine changing a device because you are tired of the system UI display.
Imagine you get a phone and you don’t have access to delete apps that pops out ads and waste your internal storage.
Imagine you buy a phone worth ₦60,000 and you get a 16gig internal storage and about 6gig eaten up by your system files. Making you to save more hard earned money to purchase a higher grade.
With root access I had an android device back then with 8gig ROM and a 1gig RAM, was planning on changing the device because I was a fan of games that uses (obb), ” I know gamers can relate” and all my obb files where directed to my internal storage making it not possible to play large games.
So I went in search of how to overwrite my memory card of 32 gig to be written as internal, after so much trials and errors i was so happy after i finally succeeded through the help of “god Root!”
Imagine you buy a device 3gig RAM and you see free RAM 1.2gig available out of 3gig. I begin to ask myself what happened to the remaining 1.6gig. Do you know that, there are some hidden system files and applications that runs in background whenever your phone is powered ON and their work is to constantly eat up your RAM.Take an instance of Google Map, i cant remember ever opening that application for anything. I had a 1gig RAM device and was having 460mb free, came across Google Map and I immediately disabled the app ” Boom”, I had freed 70+mb RAM just like that. With Root access you get absolutely everything at your finger tips.
Currently, Android programmers go so hard to lock the boot image to prevent rooting because they definitely know what a Root access device can do.
Let me stop here because I just can’t stop saying good of ROOTING.
Before I forget, I bought an Android (LG g4) to be precise, spent over 2months cracking and finding a solution to ROOT the device, but to no progress. I had to sell a phone I bought for about ₦60,000 for ₦25,000 because I wasn’t able to root it. Now using an Infinix NOTE 3, compare with the LG g4 you know how painful it is. But now I now feel like a god because I have root access on my phone to do whatsoever pleases me.
Said I will stop, but let me blow your mind now.
I remember way back when Tecno P3 came out, one of the first Android device from TECNO, MTN offered free 3months 100% data bonus for those who purchase the device, which simply means if you purchase a data of 1.5gig you get 3gig for having the 100% bonus. I was already using a device not eligible for that, then I came across how to change my IMEI, immediately I rooted my device and changed my IMEI to a friend Tecno p3 device, I then inserted my MTN sim “Boom” I had a notification of 100% data bonus.
A rooted device is life itself, I can’t see my self ever using a device that I can’t root.
A user with an Android device without ROOT access is like a King without an Empire.
The only reason people give for not rooting his or her android is simply that of Fear of bricking, inability to system update after rooting and Warranty disclose.
I am here to let you know that ” Custom ROM is available “😂😂😂😂
Things Needed To Root Any Android Device:
A system ” For some 6.0, 7.0+”
Kingroot mostly for all android versions from (4.0 – 6.0) and also Kingoroot.
For most 7.0 devices system is the best shot for that.
Android Root 2020
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As for those having difficulties, comment your phone version and model below to enable me assist you with further steps on how to go about it.
It is advisable to get a backup of your device before you root any Android device in case anything goes wrong on the way to victory.
I believe if you follow my steps ” Na super SU go dey rush you “.
After you root any Android device successfully you will get an app installed named ” Super SU”.
That app gives all application Root access, view image below for mine.
Granting applications root access
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I am Nnoka Godswill also known as Favtechblogger, Droidvilla CEO!
A final year student in the University of Port Harcourt, studying Electronics and Computer Engineering.
Found passion in technology and decided to keep the world in touch with latest happenings around the world of technology.
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